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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THl NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXV Associated Press and United Prcn Full Lease Wires Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30 1957 This Paper Consists of Two One It Ike Agrees to Attend NATO Parley AP Photofax WHAT IS ITCol Dean Hess shows newsmen a strange ob ject found in the mountains near Los Angeles that the mili tary is trying to identify The whatnik bears the inscription Russian Government in Rus sian characters It is crudely machined metal Intelligence officers havent yet pronounced it a missile or a hoax but Hess says his guess is that its 99 per cent hoax Conspiracy in South Charged MEMPHIS Tenn Sen ate Internal Security Subcommit tee said Wednesday that there is a conspiracy in the Midsouth area and therehave been extra ordinary security measures un dertaken by the Communists t protect their identity and activi ties The subcommittee reached th conclusion after a twoday hear ing Sen chair man added that other conclu sions and a decision on whethei to cite a Little Rock housewif with contempt would be an Tiounced later The subcommitte said it was also considering pos sible action against witnesse who failed to appear Under Protest The housewife Grace Lorch threw the hearing into an uproar by answering every question with a statement which oegan I am here under protest As she repeatedly tried to read her prepared statement Sen Jen ner RInd pounded the table with clenched fist and shouted Youre a troublemaker arent you Saying this committee in vestigated you because you pro tected a Negro girl in Little Rocks integration struggle We hospital are not concerned with integra1 tion Red Threat We donl care what you did in Little Rock We are concerned with the threat of communism Prison Revolt Ended 36 Hostages Are Freed MEDICAL LAKE Wash UP immering unrest among crimin ally insane patients at the State Mental Hospital blew up into a dramatic ninehour revolt that ended harmlessly Tuesday night for 36 hostages It was all a misunderstanding and there will be no changes in he program said Dr Garrett rleyns state director of institu tions in two radio broadcasts the rebels ordered him lo make be Fore they would give up Not until the inmates heard Heyns voice over their radios in he Maximum Security Building would they release the guards and urn over weapons that included two makeshift knives some razor blades and a tear gas riot gun Patrol Car Heyns who raced to Spokane 15 miles away in a state patrol car to make the broadcasts over a commercial radio station didnt say enough in his first statement An inmate then asked by tele phone that Heyns also assure them that popular Dr E R Hodg son would be retained as medical director of the security unit Heyns went across the street to another station and added a promise about Hodgson in a sec ond broadcast Only minutes after Heyns re turned from Spokane the inmates told the 17 guards on the night shift waiting outside to get ready to come in that the hostages would be released when they ar rived at the door They were The hostages came out the gate one by one and were greeted by tearful wives who had waited in the rain for hours Guard Resigned Albert Hutchings chief security guard at the building re signed Monday at Heyns request and the inmates had read news paper accounts of it Heyns said they apparently thought Hutch ings departure would change the treatment system There were about 13 leaders at the start and a few hangers on I think guard Kenneth Berger said All the men wanted was assurance they werent going to be treated like animals Sheriff William Reilly said We had an inkling for a couple of months that something like this was brewing State Sen Karl V Hermann has called for a legislative investigation of what he called shocking condi tions including bad food at the AP Photofax UNGRATE SECRET FILES Hoover Institution director Dr C E Rothwell of the Czarist empire in 1917 were made is joined by two assistants as they available by the late Basil Maklakoff last dig into a newlyopened crate of Russian preCommunist Russian ambassador to secret police files on the Stanford Univer France The Reds had thought the mate sity campus The documents whose exist rial dealing chiefly with Stalin Trotsky ence was kept a secret ever since the fall and Lenin was destroyed to this nation We want to know If you were a member of the Communist Party in Boston After another exchange Jenner said This woman came here to try to disrupt these proceedings If shes not going to answer ques tions I think she should be ex cused and cited for contempt The overflow crowd in the fed eral courtroom where the hear ing was held broke into applause mixed with Rebel yells Other Witnesses Other witnesses included Phil J Lorenz Jr physics instructor at Upper Iowa University Fay ette Iowa and Richard Stauver man Chicago Both taught at LeMoyne Negro College at Memphis in 1953 Stauverman pleaded protection of the Fifth Amendment 27 times and Lorenz 16 times Lorenz told the subcommittee be was not a member of the Com munist Party it the present time but he invoked the Fifth Amendment when questioned further He testified earlier that he and Stauverman were friends when taught at the Memphis college but he denied he played an important role in gelling Stauverman his job ns mathema tics teacher He suit he first met Stauverman when thry wore both employed al a p plant in ChicnRo U S Wont Penny pinch on New Defense Items FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The adminis tration made clear Wednesday it doesnt want to be accused of pennypincbing Americas efforts to best Russia in space weapons A step by Defense Secretary Neil H McElroy toward lifting the governments spending ceiling to keep from jeopardizing essential programs was concurrent with the blossoming of a fourth con gressional investigation of the U S missile program The President has been under Bell CWA Contract Extended 24 Hours OMAHA Neb tors Tuesdaynight extended ihe existing contract between the Communications Workers of America and Northwestern Bell Telephone Co for another 24 hours until midnight Wednesday The current contract was sched uled to have expired at midnight Tuesday D K Gordon District 7 CWA director said the union was ask ing for a reasonable wage offer and fringe benefits and that the company was going to have to come up a little in its wage offer The contract talks affect some 20000 workers in Iowa Ne braska Minnesota and the Da kota s Russians Ready to Launch Atomic Ship MOSCOW newspaper Soviet Fleet Wednesday said shipyard workers in Leningrad are making an allout effort to launch the worlds first nuclear powered surface ship by Nov 7 the 40th anniversary of the Bol shevik Revolution The Russians had previously announced the ship an ice breaker will be used on the northern sea route to the north of Siberia It has been under construction for two years Fenton Orders 9 P M Curfew for Youngsters FENTON mayor of this Kossuth County town Wednesday ordered a 9 pm curfew for young people because of recent teenage disturbances The curfew will be in effect every night except Satur day continuing Congressional pressure to step up the US ballistic mis sile development pace and satel lite program The House Manpower Subcom mittee became the fourth congres sional group to look into the mis sile setup seeking to learn whether it has been hampered by waste of scientific talent McElroy gave a clear indication Tuesday he expects defense spending to exceed its 38 billion dollar limit He said during the last half of 1957 expenditures would be likely to hit 519400 000 000 170 million dollars to the depar ments research and developmen This is 400 million dollars more than the ceiling imposed by his predecessor Charles E Wilson On Monday McElroy revoked another Wilson order and restored 8 DIE IN FIRE PICKFORD Mich and Mrs Vern Carrick and six of their seven lo death Wed nesday when fire swept through their house SAME Rockwell Man Hurt in Crash Which Claimed Brother ROCKWELL Word was re ceived here Wednesday of an ac jcident at Hayti Mo in which Carl Roeder 50 Piggott Ark formerly of Rockwell was killed A W Roeder Rockwell broth er of Carl Roeder who was va cationing in Piggott was in the car with the victim He suffered a broken leg and chest injuries His son Jack was not injured Mrs A W Roeder Rockwell also visiting in Piggott was not in the car at the time of the accident funds House Hearing Session Slated in Paris Highlevel Talks Planned WASHINGTON on President Eisenhower said Wednesday he lans lo attend the midDecem r NATO Council meeting in a majority of he heads of the government of he other 14 member nations also attend Eisenhower told a news confer ence he would like very much to visit England on the same trip but does not know for sure now whether he will be able to Eisenhowers statement that he wants to go to the Paris confer ence amounted to assurance that tie will attend the meeting Earli er in the day the North Atlantic Treaty Organization announced in Paris that the heads of gov ernment of the 15 member na tions would attend Common Problems The idea of Eisenhower British Prime Minister Harold Macmil lan and the other NATO chiefs of government attending the Paris conference was first broached last week during the Eisenhower Macmillan talks here In reply to questions Wednes day Eisenhower said that at the Paris session he hopes he and the others attending will be able to awaken interest in common problems facing the free world He did not say so specifically but he obviously had in mind such recent developments as Russfan progress in the ballistic missile field and the Soviet launching of an earth satellite High ranking Army Navy Air Force and Defense Department of ficials will testify Nov 46 before the House Manpower Subcommit tee A subcommittee source said it has reports competition is run ning wild for scientists and tech In his news conference re marks Eisenhower placed great importance on what he called the NATO concept of collective secur ity and defense He and Macmil lan already have reached pre liminary agreement to pool Anglo DOUGLAS G SWALE Swale Named President of First National Tom MacNider Is Vice President Douglas G Swale executive vice president of the First Na tional Bank since 1947 will take over as president of that institu tion Nov 1 it was announced Wednesday by F C Heneman retiring president It was also announced that the board of directors has advanced Tom MacNider a board member to the position of vice president effective Nov 1 Swale who started his business career as bond salesman for the First National Co in Mason City later became manager of the First National Banks investmen department Became Vice President In 1942 he was advanced from assistant vice president to vice president He was then namec executive vice president anc given membership on the board Born in Mason City May 7 1905 Swale was graduated from nicians are ending up in ordinary American scientfic resources in administrative work because effort to overtake and surpass surpluses in some sections of the research and development field Other congressional investiga tions into the missilesatellite pro grams are under way by the Sen ate Preparedness subcommittee Russia Eisenhower said the concept of such collective security is impor tant to the free world Speaks of Ties As for the possibility of visiting a House Appropriations stibcomLondon Eisenhower recalled that mittee and a House Government Information subcommittee Drive Seen Sen Dirksen RI11 said the country is willing to pour any amount of money thai can be he directed the World War II in vasion of Western Europe from England He also spoke of his ties with Britains royal family Then he said he certainly would like to stop in London in connec L luvsilSJ lllCAli tllil spent usefully and constructivetlon Wlth the Paris triP but he ly into missile development to l now whether that development surpass the Russians Dirksen the assistant Republican leader said public reaction to the Soviet Sputnik is likely to bring a deter mined drive in the next session to1 increase defense expenditures Bush Isnt Optimistic About Overtaking Russ CAMBRIDGE Mass Dr Vannevor Bush a world famed scientist said Wednesday he is not optimisticabout the United States overtaking the Russian lead in outer space scientific de velopment The director of the World War II Office of Scientific Research and Development under which the atom bomb was developed gave that answer to the question Are you optimistic about our will be possible It was Eisenhowers first news conference in three weeks He dealt also with these other sub jects school Propose 7Nation Inquiry Syria Demands Border Study FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS formally called on the UN Gen eral Assembly Wednesday to es tablish a sevennation fact find ing commission to investigate the SyrianTurkish border crisis The Syrian proposal provides hat the commission go at once o the area and make a prelimin ary report within two weeks of he date the Assembly acts Diplomatic quarters expressed doubts that such a resolution could get the twothirds majority for approval A rival resolution supported by he United States was expected to e put in quickly with a proposal hat UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold be asked to inves igate the problem Both Sides of Border Under terms of the Syrian res olution two of the seven commis sion members would be named y Syria two by Turkey and the other three by common consent of the two governments The proposal also contains a provision that the new body would empowered to investigate the situation on both sides of the TurkishSyrian border Syria has charged that her se curity is threatened by troop con centrations on the Turkish side The emergency war crisis at mosphere whipped up by the So vietSyrian charges against the United States and Turkey almost completely evaporated Tuesday Mild Reply Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei high school at Seattle Wash in 1922 He attended the Universitj Washington the University 6 Iowa and was graduated from th Harvard Law School in 1927 From 1943 to 1945 Swale servec in the Army and took part in th campaigns in Italy being dis charged as major Three Children Mr and Mrs Swale have tare children Michael San Francisco CalifTom and Sandra Eliza beth who are students at Uppe Iowa University at Fayette Swale has been active in nu merous community projects PI has for several years been chair man of the industrial promotio committee of the Chamber o Commerce and is a member o the executive committee of th North Iowa FairHe has servec on the board and also headed membership campaigns for the YMCA He is a member of the Congregational Church Gromyko made an unusually mild reply to the blistering attack on Soviet foreign policy by US Am bassador Henry Cabot Lodge last week And in Moscow Communist Party boss Nikita S Khrushchev made the observation during a reception at the Turkish Embassy that the compass needle seemed to have swung toward peace Observers said that on the basis of Gromykos remarks here and Khrushchevs activities in Mos cow the Russians apparently would not be adverse to dropping further debate on the crisis Flu Closes More N Iowa Schools Several North Iowa schools will be closed for the remainder of the week because of the flu epi Those announced Wednes A j w LI Li 1 11 fttHJii Vviv 1 i i 1 w k1 1 1 XV U The aviation trade situation at Little Rock is aclivc in lhe Masons Elks and day arc Central Heights Thomp Data said Tuesday a proposed newjArk continues lo improve EiRolary CIub son St Ansgar Buffalo Center Air Force WSllO bomber will fjyjsennower said and he most de 2000 miles an hour 19 miles above vollty hopes and prays il soon HOPPING MAD son St Ansgar Buffalo Center Swaledale and Woden Nora Springs School closed the earth by using a new type of j will be possible to withdraw allj PROSSER Wash Mrs Lein since reopened Wed i for Its SIX IGt The Air Force has said only that it expects to announce in about a month the winner of a de sign contest for the plane The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Thursday High Thurs day 5660 night 3448 Low Wednesday remaining federal troops from that city Eisenhower said once again that patience and tolerance rather than fiat and law will lead to a solution in the controversy over school integration He repeated too that the South has lived with segregation for a great many years and it is not easy for the residents of that area to change S officials can only speculate regarding the meaning of the Kremlin announce catching up Weve a lot to learn he said at Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he is chairman of the corporation Weve got to humble ourselves The Russians did That is why they are ahead The very fact that the Soviet satellite woke this country up is a good thing I hope it doesnt get shifted to the second pages of the newspapers It wasnt as dramatic as Pearl Harbor but we might have an awakening yet Put it this way If there is a jreal awakening in this country then I would be optimistic Dr Bush was asked if the situa tion was far worse than the pub lic realized Well the whole story hasnt been told he replied And I jcant break security to tell it I am only discussing matters of which there has been some pub lic knowledge Many of the things I know were learned while in scientific research for the government Ive got to hold them in confidence I wish I were in a position to say more Iowa Partly cloudv through Gcorgi Zhukov Thursday low Wednesday night bcen as Soviet de in 30 b tense minister Eisenhower said we dont know at this time wheth FiveDay Iowa Temperatureser who Eisenhow will average 2 to 4 degrees er became acquainted at the end above normal Thursday through World War li and with whom next Monday Normal highs injlc lias corresponded lower 40s Normal lows in inwlecn degraded i Hicks R i c h i a n d Wednesdayinesday filed suit for after receiv ing injuries in a fall from a pogo stick Planning to reopen Thursday are Osage Orchard and Mitchell schools MAN CONQUERS SPACE Space Platforms to Be First Goal Second of Four Articles By ALTON L BLAKESLEE AP Science Reporter NEW YORK Space ferries involves some hard facts about rockets and gravity A wellsupplied space cruiser in which humans could live safe ly and comfortably for weeks or er 30s Precipitation will averj Extraordinary changes in thejand taxis will likely be the firsljmonths could weigh many dozens age onetenth to twotenths ofiSovet hierarchy have been tak an inch occuring as rain Thurs day night or Friday and again about Monday Minnesota Partly cloudv windy cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 53 28 40 65 ing place during the last few years since he death of Stalin the President noted He men tioned the ousting of Malenkov as premier the deStalinization process which came next the relegation of Molotov to limbo and now the Zhukov episode KILLED N CRASH MURPHYS B 0 R 0 111 W Irene Philleo Princeton Iowa was killed Tuesday while she and her husband ira M were driving home from Florida steps in human travel to Marsjof tons Venus and elsewhere in space Theirjob will be to build and Getting that weight off the round all in one piece takes en supply space platforms or hotelsjormous rocket power U has to circling steadily around thelstarl from scratch against the earth Up the space ships full gravity pull of the earth will be bmu and launched to jJust to send up a 20pound baby carry humans on historic explorjmoon in Project Vanguard calls ations of space This is the view of most ex perts on rocketry and space trav el They feel it will be far sim pler and cheaper to launch the actual space cruisers from a kind of stepladder in ihe sky than for a 22000pound rocket half a ton of rocket for each pound of payloat to be hung in the sky Numerous experts have pro posed designs and plans for the space hotels and cruisers First nne then another then from the earth itself The reasonjanother rocket is shot into I   

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